They've been in each other's lives for nearly five decades, and now, more than ever, Diane Keaton is expressing her devotion to good pal Woody Allen.
"I'm Woody's friend and I've been Woody's friend for 45 years," the actress explained of her relationship with the director, whose decades old child abuse scandal was recently reignited. "And nothing's going to change that."
The frequent co-stars and former lovers, who both won Oscars for their work on 1977's Annie Hall, have remained close despite their defunct romance, and Diane even accepted the Cecil B. DeMille Award on Woody's behalf at this year's Golden Globes.
"Woody's films have been changing the way we think about life, love and the pursuit of neuroses forever," she said at the time, calling Woody's female characters, "the hallmark of his work."
Following her five-year-relationship with the director, Diane went on to have dalliances with some of Hollywood's biggest names and admits to keeping "a list of all the men I've kissed," chief among them, Warren Beatty, Jack Nicholson and Al Pacino.
She jokes, "The only one I've missed, really, is Matthew McConaughey."
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In the May 2014 issue of More magazine, the 68-year-old also opens up about marriage and why she never took the plunge.
"I told myself I wanted to," the mother-of-two adopted children — Duke,13, and Dexter, 18 — said. "But I didn't really want a man that I could have…I wanted the dream."
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